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Table of Contents,1 Preface 3,2 Front Panel Diagram 4. 3 LCD Display Diagram 5,4 Quick Start Guide 6,4 1 Switching Between Modes 6. 4 2 Menu Mode 7,4 3 Programming a Repeater Frequency 7. 4 4 Channel Mode Operations 8,4 4 1 Channel Mode Sub Modes 8. 4 4 2 Odd Repeater Channel Offsets Cross band Settings 9. 4 4 3 Channel Memories 9,4 5 Dealer Mode 9,5 Standby Scanning Reverse Monitor and DTMF 10.
5 1 Standby Dual Receive 10,5 2 Scanning 10,5 3 Scanning CTCSS DCS 11. 5 4 Scanning Priority and Skipped Scans 11,5 5 Reverse Frequency 11. 5 6 Monitor 11,5 7 DTMF 12,6 Extend Battery Run time 12. 7 Locks and Resets 12,7 1 Locks 12,7 2 Resets 13,8 Side Key Functions 13. 8 1 Side Key 1 13,8 1 1 FM Radio Mode 13,8 1 2 1750Hz Burst Tone 14.
8 1 3 SOS Function 14,8 2 Side Key 2 14,9 Other Functions 15. 10 Software 16,11 Useful Links 17, The Wouxun KG UVD1P KG UV2D and KG UV3D VHF UHF FM handheld transceivers are quality modern technology radios Unfortunately. the user manuals provided by Wouxun are not well organized and poorly translated This revised manual addresses that shortcoming. This guide is designed to teach you how to manually program the radio It will not duplicate some sections of the Wouxun manual i e safety. description of functions shortcut sheet SOS function wire cloning charging programming guide troubleshooting CTCSS DCS charts. specifications accessories certifications, All keypad entry sequences in this manual are designated with Courier font typeface and a relevant coloured background e g MENU TDR 1 4. The rotary encoder knob is designated ROTARY, This revised user s manual applies to the UVD1P UV2D and UV3D radios they share common specifications functions and keys The only known. differences between these three radios are that the 2D and 3D models have upgraded exterior cases and upgraded firmware The updated firmware. might enable the user to have spaces in channel names and a longer welcome message but this may be related to the actual programming software. Programming via software is only briefly discussed in Section 10 Most software issues relate to not setting the proper port or device name for. Mac Linux users Care also needs to be taken if you wish to unlock the radio this is done at your own risk. Two diagrams and the logo from the Wouxun UVD1P manual have been incorporated in this document Acknowledgements to Quanzhou Wouxun. Electronics Co Ltd in advance for their use, PS the correct English language pronunciation of Wouxun sounds like whoa sheng.
Please freely distribute this document Errata and constructive suggestions for improvement to lagagnon gmail com. Larry VE7EA,2 Front Panel Diagram,3 LCD Display Diagram. 4 Quick Start Guide, The key concept to understand the Wouxun KG 1 2 3 series radios is mode These radios have five modes. VFO Frequency Mode,Channel Mode which has 3 sub modes. FM Radio Mode see Section 8 1 1,Dealer Mode see Section 4 5. The mode determines what is shown on the LCD display and how the radio behaves The two most important modes VFO and Channel Mode can. also be toggled to display either dual or single frequencies Note that Frequency and Channel modes as used by Wouxun are the equivalent of. VFO and Memory modes as used by Japanese radio manufacturers. It is essential to know how to switch between these modes. 4 1 Switching Between Modes, Turning the POWER SWITCH VOLUME CONTROL knob clockwise for the first time the radio should be in dual frequency VFO Mode After a 3.
second system initialization you will see a 146 MHz 2M frequency displayed above a 440MHz 70CM frequency. If not in VFO Mode the radio will be in Channel Mode This is obvious by the fact that channel numbers will be seen at the far right of the LCD. To toggle between VFO and Channel Modes MENU TDR, To toggle between single and dual frequency display in either VFO or Channel Mode TDR. if dual frequency is selected then TDR appears at top centre of LCD display. if single frequency is selected then UVxx replaces the secondary frequency channel. To select the master frequency when in dual frequency display in either VFO or Channel Mode A B. master frequency is indicated by an arrow at left side of LCD display. To enter Menu Mode MENU,To exit Menu Mode EXIT or wait 5 seconds. To toggle FM Radio Mode on off Side Key 1 the button immediately below the PTT button See Section 8 1 1. To enter Dealer Mode see Section 4 5 below,4 2 Menu Mode. There are 30 menu items some with numerous choices parameters However for manual repeater programming you need learn only four menu. items 16 23 24 and 27 Most other menu items are set and forget options. When in Menu Mode the LCD display contains two lines of information the upper line is the name of the Menu Item with a flashing menu number. at right while the lower line is the current or default menu parameter. To enter Menu Mode MENU you will see the menu name e g STEP followed by a flashing menu number e g 01. To select a Menu item either 1 press keypad menu number e g 2 1 or 2 ROTARY to desired menu item. or 3 press or keypad buttons to select desired menu item. To enter Menu parameter MENU the parameter is on the lower line of the LCD menu display Note the arrow. To select Menu parameter either ROTARY to desired menu parameter or press or keypad buttons to. To save chosen Menu parameter MENU,To exit Menu Mode EXIT or wait 5 seconds. Remember that to successfully change a Menu parameter requires three MENU button presses 1 to enter Menu Mode 2 to move cursor to menu. parameter on lower LCD display line and 3 to save selected parameter. 4 3 Programming a Repeater Frequency, The user will at least need to know how to manually program a new repeater frequency in the event that a computer and programming software are.
unavailable It is suggested you work through the steps below at least twice once as shown and a second time with your local repeater details For. example to program a VHF repeater having a receive frequency of 146 840MHz a typical transmit offset of 600KHz a CTCSS transmit access sub. audible tone of 103 5Hz saved to memory channel 25 name that channel VE7RPT and then finally delete that channel. Toggle to VFO Mode MENU TDR there should be no channel numbers at right side of LCD display. Ensure frequency step is appropriate MENU 1 MENU or ROTARY until correct step is selected MENU EXIT. Enter receive frequency on keypad 1 4 6 8 4 0, Select CTCSS transmit tone MENU 1 6 MENU or ROTARY until 103 5 selected MENU EXIT. Select offset MENU 2 3 MENU or ROTARY until 00 600 selected or enter the offset from the. keypad MENU EXIT, Select offset direction MENU 2 4 MENU or ROTARY until selected MENU EXIT. Save to memory MENU 2 7 MENU or ROTARY until 025 selected MENU EXIT. Switch to Channel Mode MENU TDR,Select Channel 25 ROTARY until CH 025 is selected. Name the memory MENU 2 6 MENU V E 7 R P T using ROTARY and for digits and for. characters MENU EXIT, ROTARY clockwise moves to next position counter clockwise selects characters. Select Channel Name Channel Mode MENU 2 1 MENU until NAME selected MENU EXIT. The repeater channel and its name are now successfully stored You would need to be in Channel Mode to use it To delete it now. Delete channel MENU 2 8 MENU or ROTARY until CH 025 selected MENU EXIT. 4 4 Channel Mode Operations, In Channel Mode you cannot manually use the Menu to set frequency step transmit power CTCSS DCS bandwidth offset frequency or shift.
direction The reason for this is to protect saved channel specific information You cannot also overwrite a previously stored channel you must first. of all delete it then re create it The only way to overwrite channel information is with software or by using Dealer Mode Section 4 5 below. To edit channel data manually it is recommended to enter VFO Mode make the setting changes and then save that information in a new channel or. delete the old channel first and then rewrite it from VFO Mode. 4 4 1 Channel Mode Sub Modes, When in Channel Mode you can choose to display either the channel number the channel frequency or the channel name. Enter Channel Mode MENU TDR you should see channel numbers at right side of LCD display. Select Menu Option 21 MENU 2 1 MENU to select CH channel number CH FREQ channel frequency or NAME. channel name MENU EXIT, There is also a FREQ parameter to set VFO mode on but it is easier to toggle using MENU TDR. 4 4 2 Odd Repeater Channel Offsets Cross band Settings. Normally amateur radio repeaters have an rx tx offset of 600KHz on the 2M band 1 6MHz on the 1 25M band and 5MHz on the 70CM band If you. wish to program an oddball offset or otherwise operate cross band you can directly program such offsets with software or use what Wouxun refers to. as dis channel settings An example for an assumed satellite with 70CM FM uplink and 2M FM downlink follows. Toggle to VFO Mode MENU TDR there should be no channel numbers at right side of LCD display. Enter receive frequency on keypad 1 4 5 9 5 0, Save RX frequency to memory MENU 2 7 MENU or ROTARY until 026 selected MENU EXIT. the receive downlink frequency is now saved,Enter transmit frequency on keypad 4 3 5 9 5 0. Save TX to same memory position MENU 2 7 MENU or ROTARY until CH 026 selected MENU EXIT. the transmit uplink frequency is now saved,4 4 3 Channel Memories.
The radios have 128 standard memory channels and 18 FM radio memories When programming manually it is important to know what the unused. channels are Use ROTARY in Channel Mode to check the channel numbers in memory or enter Menu 27 MEM CH. MENU 2 7 MENU ROTARY programmed channels show as e g CH 025 while free unused. channels appear as 025 EXIT,4 5 Dealer Mode, Normally channel information is locked If you must change channel parameters outside of software or without deleting and recreating a channel then. use Dealer Mode, Enter dealer mode Hold down keypad 8 while turning the radio on POWER SWITCH VOLUME CONTROL. you should see 2 lines of 6 underscore characters on the LCD screen. Release key 8 after beeps,Enter dealer password 2 6 8 1 6 0. Select required channel to alter,Make required channel parameter changes. Restart to exit dealer mode MENU A B MENU,5 Standby Scanning Reverse Monitor and DTMF.
Standby is used by Wouxun to refer to watching activity on both frequencies dual receive when in dual frequency or dual channel modes. Scanning is an automatic frequency channel change to detect busy frequencies Reverse refers to receiving the transmit frequency of a repeater. input and Monitoring means to open the squelch temporarily to listen to a weak signal How scanning behaves is dependent on the mode. 5 1 Standby Dual Receive, When in dual frequency or dual channel mode the master frequency is indicated with an arrow at left of the chosen frequency channel However. the radio is also watching the secondary sub frequency If the master frequency is clear signals detected on the sub frequency break through and an. S is displayed in the upper right of the LCD display If you do not require this dual receive behaviour switch to single frequency channel mode with. TDR In single frequency channel mode UVxx is displayed in place of a second frequency or channel where xx is the radio model number. 5 2 Scanning, Ensure frequency step is appropriate MENU 1 MENU until correct step is selected MENU EXIT. To scan in either VFO Channel or FM Radio Mode SCAN long press. To change scan direction or, To tune to a frequency or channel or long or short press or ROTARY. To set scan type MENU 1 9 MENU to select TO CO SE scan type MENU EXIT. TO time out scan continues scanning if no operations 5 seconds after receiving a signal. CO carrier out scan pauses when receiving signals and continues 3 seconds after no signal. SE search scan scanning stops when a signal is received. Note that these Wouxun radios do not have VFO mode scan limit edges. 5 3 Scanning CTCSS DCS, This advanced feature enables one to scan for a signal that is being transmitted on a repeater input frequency and determine the CTCSS or DCS. tone code necessary to access that repeater This function only works in VFO Mode on the master frequency indicated with a arrow. Toggle to VFO Mode MENU TDR there should be no channel numbers at right side of LCD display. Set scan type to time out MENU 1 9 MENU to select TO MENU EXIT. Select master frequency A B if necessary enter scan start frequency now on keypad. Start frequency scan SCAN long press, When repeater signal detected MENU 3 0 MENU or to choose either a CTCSS or a DCS scan.
Start the tone code scan MENU,Set tone code temporarily MENU EXIT. Now enter this CTCSS DCS tone in a channel memory or into Menu settings 15 16 17 or 18 as appropriate. 5 4 Scanning Priority and Skipped Scans, A priority scan frequency can be programmed with software With this type of scan the priority scan frequency is checked alternately Specific. channels can also be designated to be skipped ignored during scanning Both of these features are only available through software. 5 5 Reverse Frequency, To monitor the reverse transmit input frequency of a repeater channel SCAN short press. An R will be displayed in the upper centre of the LCD display. 5 6 Monitor, To open the squelch to attempt to hear a weak station Side Key 2 long press. The BUSY symbol will appear at bottom left of the LCD display and the signal meter will register. DTMF encoding touch tones are available by pressing and holding the PTT button while at the same time pressing the required DTMF tone code. The Wouxun KG UVD1P KG UV2D and KG UV3D VHF UHF FM handheld transceivers are quality modern technology radios Unfortunately the user manuals provided by Wouxun are not well organized and poorly translated This revised manual addresses that shortcoming This guide is designed to teach you how to manually program the radio It will not duplicate some sections of the Wouxun manual i e

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